Archbishop Welby in 'visit of condolence' for murdered Egyptian Christians
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has travelled to Egypt for a "visit of condolence" following the murders of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya. The group of migrant workers were kidnapped and beheaded by Islamic State (IS) militants in February.
Welby Passes On Condolence To Egypt's Copts
Archbishop of Canterbury delivers letters of condolence to Egypt from families ...
UK archbishop offers 'condolence' in Egypt visit
Egypt sentences football fans to death in retrial after 2012 riot
The death sentences given on Sunday have been referred to the grand mufti, Egypt's highest Islamic legal official. Although not his ruling is not binding, Egyptian law requires any capital sentence to be referred to the mufti for a religious opinion ...
Egypt court seeks death sentence for 11 in soccer stadium case: TV
Egypt court sentences 11 fans to death in 2012 soccer riot
Death sentences upheld for 11 fans in retrial of defendants from Egypt ...
UPDATE 2-Egypt to impose 8 pct import tariff on steel rebar
A ministry statement said Egypt would also impose a 20 percent tariff on white sugar for 200 days, following a filing to the World Trade Organization last week in which it sought to safeguard domestic producers from a damaging surge in imports. The ...
Egypt imposes temporary tariff on sugar imports
Egypt to impose 8 pct import tariff on steel rebar
Egypt imposes 8% anti-dumping fees on imported steel
Mohammed Morsi sentence: Egypt's ex-president could face death penalty on ...
Egypt's ex-president Mohammed Morsi could be sentenced to death on Tuesday on charges of inciting the killing of protesters, experts say, in the first verdict against him nearly two years after his fall from power. Mr Morsi, who was Egypt's first ...
Egypt Brotherhood trial relied on single testimony: Human Rights Watch
Egypt's Morsi faces possible death penalty in first verdict
Egypt's Morsi faces death sentence, but decision tempered by risk of greater ...
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Egypt's president meets CIA director in Cairo for talks
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In this image provided by the office of the Egyptian Presidency, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, right, meets with CIA director John Brennan, center, and the director of Egypt's General Intelligence Directorate Khaled Fawzy in Cairo, Sunday ...
Egypt's President Sisi meets with CIA chief in Cairo
Egypt arm of Dubai developer Emaar reports big profit increase
The Emaar Misr listing in Cairo highlights the growing links between Egypt and the United Arab Emirates. The UAE has been providing financial, energy and political support to the country since the army toppled President Mohamed Mursi of the Muslim ...
Emaar's Egypt arm registers $22.65m profit
U.S. News & World Report
Egypt runners defy Cairo mayhem as sport's popularity grows
U.S. News & World Report
In this Friday, April 17, 2015 photo, Egyptian runners participate in Cairo's annual Half Marathon in the Heliopolis district in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, April 17, 2015. Cairo, a city of some 20 million people packed onto the banks of the Nile, with few ...
Egypt joggers defy Cairo mayhem as sport's popularity grows
Egypt hurt by being completely security-driven
Egypt Continues to Destroy Tunnels Along the Gaza Border
The Egyptian army has destroyed 69 tunnels along the border with Gaza since March 28, an Egyptian army spokesman said Saturday, according to the Ma'an news agency. The spokesman, Muhammad Samir, said that Egyptian border forces stationed in the ...
Gaza: Egypt Responsible For Weapons Shortage
Egyptian, two Israelis receive life sentences for spying
Egypt Jails Two Israelis and an Egyptian for Espionage
Egypt strikes Islamic texts from schools, angering Salafists
Egypt's Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb announced the decision in a press statement following a meeting he headed with the Curriculum Development Committee on April 11. He said, “We will not allow any academic textbooks that would instill myths and ...
Egypt: Scant Evidence for Mass Convictions
Human Rights Watch
On April 11, 2015, an Egyptian judge convicted and sentenced 37 people to life in prison and confirmed the death penalties of 14 others for their alleged roles in organizing opposition to the military's removal of former President Mohamed Morsy in July ...